Home Affairs minister gifts dedicated officer worker, Nosipho, flowers

Home Affairs minister gifts dedicated officer worker, Nosipho, flowers

Minister of Home Affairs, Dr Siyabonga Cwele showed his gratitude for KwaZulu-Natal office worker, Nosipho Mkhupheka’s hard work and gifted her with flowers.

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Nosipho Mkhupheka, was applauded for her humility and dedication to helping people. Mzansi showed their appreciation and gratitude for her efforts on social media, happy to be able to share positive experiences of Home Affairs, as Briefly.co.za reported earlier.

Unable to ignore South Africa’s deafening applause for the hard working and kind lady, Dr Siyabonga Cwele met Nosipho in person to show his thanks.

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Dr Cwele made an unannounced visit to Nosipho’s office in Scottburgh to present Nosipho with flowers.

Nosipho has worked as a civil servant for 30 years and has been a supervisor at Scottburgh’s Home Affairs since 2012.

In response to all the attention and spotlight coming her way, Nosipho says she loves her job and usually works late with her colleagues Elvis Mavundla and Malcolm Ratube who left shortly before the photo of her was taken.

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Her humility and grace touched South Africans on social media. Social media users also thanked the minister for taking the time to recognise the special woman’s hard work, and suggested that all government employees should share Nosipho’s love for helping people.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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